announce one-off Bangkok show
returning for the first time in 20 years
SINGHA CORPORATION presents
‘Take That Live In Bangkok 2016’
March 3rd 2016 at Impact Arena Exhibition Hall 3-4
The surprising news of the 90’s pop music industry has been released as Contango Company Limited announce the coming back concert of Take That that they will be returning to Bangkok for the first time in over 20 years for a one off show “SINGHA CORPORATION Presents TAKE THAT LIVE IN BANGKOK 2016” at Impact Arena Exhibition Hall 3-4 on March 3rd, before heading off to Singapore. Fans can expect to enjoy watching one of the world’s most successful live bands perform all the hits from their extensive back catalogue.
The trio performed to over half a million people last year during their most recent tour ‘Take That Live 2015’ which sold out arenas around the world including ten nights at London’s O2 Arena. Take That are defined by some of the most memorable and spectacular live productions in music history and this show will certainly be no exception. Concertgoers will be assured an unforgettable evening of live entertainment.
Formed in 1990 as a five piece, they took the world by storm, with songs including ‘Relight My Fire’, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, ‘Everything Changes But You’ ‘Could It Be Magic’, ‘Pray’ and ‘A Million Love Songs’, becoming part of the UK’s songbook. Classic anthems ‘Never Forget’ and ‘Back For Good’ followed the departure of Robbie Williams who left to pursue a solo career in 1995 before the band split up in 1996 prompting phone lines being set up to counsel distraught fans.
In 2005, they returned as a four piece to huge acclaim, reaching national treasure status before welcoming Robbie back for 2010’s Progress album and a tour that broke records by selling out eight nights at Wembley Stadium. Now, with Jason Orange moving on, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen have again successfully re-invented themselves as a three piece.
Take That have had seven UK Number One albums, 12 UK Number One singles, sold over 45 million records, won six Ivor Novellos, eight BRITs and sold over seven and a half million concert tickets in their lifetime.